NDAD in Grand Forks, Fargo, Minot and Williston continues to operate and provide its charitable nonprofit services even though its offices have been closed to the public since noon on March 18.
The call for applications for NDAD's 2020 Faye Gibbens Memorial Grant has been delayed until further notice.
Effective noon Wed., March 18, NDAD offices closed to the public but its operations remain open during normal business hours.
The April 4 benefit in Grand Forks for Diane Ripplinger has been postponed because of the coronavirus Corvid-19 pandemic recommendations. The fundraiser for Diane, though, continues, and you can help without leaving your home.
NDAD's Healthcare Equipment Loan Program has been suspended temporarily as North Dakota escalates measures to deal with coronavirus COVID-19.
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NDAD accepted the East Grand Forks (Minn.) Campbell Library's invitation to tell visitors about our charitable nonprofit during the month of March by way of the library's entrancy lobby display.
An associate professor at the University of North Dakota in Grand Forks borrowed wheelchair athletics chairs from NDAD for a class last week to give students in his adaptive physical education program a participatory perspective from the point of view of someone with a disability.